Question about Jeep Yellow Sports Outdoor Power Wheels vehicle
Want better wheels for pushchair manufacturer suplied wheels not sturdy enough can i replace them and where can i have this done...THEY ARE NOT ONES THAT PUMP UP...not sure if you can put them on this pushchair as it is a 4 wheeler
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i need the back wheels/brakes
I would advise that you contact hauck direct their cusomer service is good I'm sure they will be able
to help here are there contact details phone number is to the right of the page
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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First of all, the fuel pump is generally located in the fuel tank, not always though. Yours probably is, in did not research it. The fuel electric fuel pump turns on only when the ignition key switch is turned to the start position and then left on. A series of one or two relays along with a pressure monitor in the fuel rail delivery system may or not cycle it on and off depending on design. Enough of that. I suggest that you remove the spark plugs to see if they are oil/heavy cabon deposits.If so, professional attention is reguired. One more thing you could try is replacing the spark plug wires. the may be old/worn out/damage. This would give the engine spark a stronger spark,if worn and also replace the spark plugs.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
Fuel pump is going bad, pulling to many amps.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
Testimonial: "Had a feeling that was it but was hoping for a diiferent solution. Really dont feelike pulling the pump."
Putting a r/v cam in sometimes will help a bit. An r/v cam will not really give you more HP, but will move the torque curve of your engine to a more usable rpm range. Believe it or not, most of the gain you will see isn't from the cam but is from changing the timing chain which in a high mile engine is likely worn. Most engines benefit from advancing the cam a few degrees (they actually sell kits for doing that) when installing. As a chain wears, it actually retards cam phasing.
Changing anything usually is a trade-off. Moving the rpm range of the cam will add low end response but will take away high end performance. If you do not generally run the engine up to 5,000 rpm, you may not notice that though.
Changing the intake, adding headers or adding a "performance chip" all have some benefits but never really give you the "advertised" increase. As far as those chips go, they generally work up around 4-5,000 rpm's and don't add much to everyday driving (read: worthless).
In reality, the most reliable way to restore lost power in a high mile engine is to do a total rebuild or find a compatible engine with lower miles. There is no "bolt on" cure for internal wear and though the Jeep engine is a tough reliable old bird, they do wear!
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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